This is hemp Furoshiki dyed with a natural indigo plant used in Iwate for Edo period. The design such as the abstract picture which this is the light and shade of the natural indigo plant, and was expressed is very impressive. This is heretical than other Tabanenoshi expression. Hemp thread is spun by hand and this is very thick. This has stain and almost none of the damage; there is slightly fading. The state is complete. Size 131cm x 144cm (51.5 "x 56.6")
It is Japanese antique Edo-meiji indigo dye katazome silk nakagi-kimono.It does not have a stain.It has a damage on the back of the collar. There is the small part which I repaired at the back.However,They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.size:Length 136cm (53.5inch) sleeve to sleeve 132cm (51.9inch)
This is Edo-meiji indigo dye katazome cotton hanjyuban.It is made of hand-spun and natural indigo dyed cotton.It has a few thin stains to collar. However, The stain does not stand out.It is no damage.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.size:Length 98cm (38.5inch) sleeve to sleeve 122cm (48inch)
it is Japanese antique old Indigo dye cotton kasuri fabric.It has a few thin stains. However, The stain does not stand out.It is no damage.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.It has a thin stains. However, There is no damage.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.size:Length 177cm (69.6inch) back@Width 33cm (12.9inch)
It is Japanese antique edo kasuri indigo dye & grey silk child kimono rare.It is summer kimono where does not have the lining.It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.There is a little discoloration aside.However, The stain does not stand out.size:Length 89cm (35inch) sleeve to sleeve 77cm (30.3inch)
This is Tsumugi- silk kimono worn for the Meiji period. Brown lattice -Shima where this shines with gold is impressive. All silk thread is spun by hand and this is very beautiful. This does not have a stain and damage. The state is complete. Size 144cm x 132cm (56.6 "x 51.9")
It is Japanese antique boro Indigo dye kasuri cotton noragi kimono Edo(1800-1867).Wave and the kasurino pattern of the plover are very charming.It is slightly thick and can enjoy both sides.There is one small stain.However, it does not stand out. There is two repaired part...
It is Japanese antique Beautiful lustrous stripe silk child kimono Meiji era(1867-1910).It is a very good condition.It does not have a stain and the damage.size:Length 93cm (36.6inch) sleeve to sleeve 83cm (32.6inch)
This is hand-spun & natural Indigo dye shibori cotton kimono of the Meiji era(1868-1910).It is very beautiful by the pattern of the plum.It has few thin discoloration.However, The stain does not stand out.It is no stain and damage.They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.size:Length 130cm (51.1") sleeve to sleeve 122cm (48.0")
This is Edo era(1800-1867) dengaku- costume of the patterns of the pines and crane.It has a few thin stains and small holes in several places..They are not disturbing, and as a whole it is in very good condition.It is made of hand-spun and natural indigo dyed hemp.size:Length 73cm (28.7")sleeve to sleeve 135cm (53.1")
A samurai of the last years of Edo era used this. This is woolen stuff called Gorofuku. Dutch learning as an opportunity. European culture and knowledge will flow into Japan through publications. And the Dutch clothes of Dejima will attract the interest of people, too. As a result. For the same reason, late in the Edo era, a pipe-sleeved haori called "Rekushon-Haori" appeared with the tendency...
This is Asamai-Shibori kimono dyed with a natural indigo plant in Menchijimi-Cotton for the Meiji period. This is a good-quality kimono made for a rich person. Menchijimi-Cotton is cotton cloth woven by a cotton thread spun by hand thin delicately. This is the feel that had a small wave. This item lasts on the basis of blue such as the turquoise. And a combination with deep indigo blue Shibori is very impressive. This does not have a stain, damage at all...
This is Sashiko of indigo dyeing used in Yamagata Shounai area. As for this, it was done Sashiko well by W thread. This is work clothes of the farmhouses. This was used very carefully. This can look at the inside of Sashiko beautifully, too. Because this was dyed with a good indigo plant, impressive beautiful expressions are created. An image of the right-side end is an inside image. Size 83cm x87cm (32.6 "x 34.2")
This is Nobori used in a house for Edo period. This is dyed by delicate Yuzen- dyeing. This was the item which was highest-quality in Nobori for Edo period. This is not seen a lot in Nobori catalogues. This has a few stains and small hole, but the state is complete. Size 121cm x 32.5cm (47.6 "x12.7")
This is Kesa of a dragon embroidery pattern used for Edo period. As for this, basics are dyed in Benibana. This has 10cm, 20cm, a crack of 3cm to Chuo Line so that an image has it. This has small stain and fading of the aging that there is to the image. This has fading of a stain and the aging such as the image on the back side. Size 130cm x 97cm (51.1 "x 38.1")
This is silk fabrics of Atuita-Kinran of the Taisho era. Atuita is a textile used for Noh costume. This is very good-quality gorgeous grand Utikake. This does not have a stain and damage at all. Size 182cm x 128cm (71.6 g x 50.3 g)
This is Yogi of the great high quality of Edo period. As for this, the Kaiki- silk of the high quality is used. As for this, silk Katazome is used for the part of the shoulder. It is dyed with an indigo plant. And it is a cover for the shoulder regions. As for this, around four holes from 2cm to 3cm are seen in a Katazome part. The green Tumugi- silk thread is basting thread. In this Yogi, good-quality silk spun by hand is used. And it is very thin...
This is the item which two sleeves of Atsushi- coat of Ainu were joined to. As for this, the stitch of the cotton thread peculiar to Ainu race is impressive. This has a few stains, but there is not the damage. Size 197cm x 30cm (77.5 "x 11.8")